Centre for Urban Research on Austerity selected publications

Shaw, H.J. and Shaw, J.J.A. 2019. Corporate Social Responsibility, Social Justice and the Global Food Supply Chain, London and New York, Routledge


Davies J S, Bua A, Cortina-Oriol M and Thompson E. 2018. Why is Austerity Governable? A Gramscian Urban Regime Analysis of Leicester, UK. Journal of Urban Affairs


Fishwick, A. and Connolly, H. 2018. Austerity and Working Class Resistance: Survival, Disruption and Creation in Hard times. Rowman International


Griggs S, Howarth D and Feandeiro, A. 2018. The logics and limits of “collaborative governance” in Nantes: Myth, ideology, and the politics of new urban regimes. Journal of Urban Affairs


Guarneros-Meza V, Telleria I, Blas A and Pill M. 2018. The Jewel in the Crown: Co-optive Capacity and Participation During Austerity in Cardiff and San Sebastián-Donostia. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research


Ibarra Güell,  P. Marti-Puig, CortIna-OrIol, M, y Mittelman A. S. (eds.) 2018. Nuevos Movimientos Sociales: De La Calle A Los Ayuntamientos. Icaria


Jordan, J. 2016. Festivalisation of cultural production: experimentation, spectacularisation and immersion. Journal of Cultural Policy and Management. 6(1): 44-55


Payne, J. 2018. LE(a)P in the dark? Devolution, local skills strategies and inclusive growth in England. Journal of Education and Work


Roberts P, Sykes H and Granger, R (eds). 2017. Urban Regeneration. London: Sage. 2nd Edition


Whitham, B. 2018. Post-Crash Neoliberalism in Theory and Practice. Political Studies Review.  16(4): 252-264

 
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